CyberSecurity

Understand the importance of cybersecurity for the LGBTQ+ community, as well as cyber security best practices
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Security Checklist

Our cyber security tips and best practices

There are still 70 countries that criminalize being LGBTQ+, if you are traveling to one of these countries it is recommended that you use a burner phone for safety purposes.

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Use end-to-end messaging apps for personal

communications where you want some assurance of

privacy.

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Read more about cybersecurity

 

Additional Resources

Cyberbullying

 

Cyberbullying is the use of the Internet and other related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. As technology has become part of our everyday lives and more accessible it has become common in society, particularly among young people. Federal, state and local legislators have begun putting laws into place to help combat this growing issues and several high-level awareness campaigns have arisen to combat Cyberbullying.

Parents and Educators

Parents and educators have a crucial responsibility of maintaining youth’s safety online. This responsibility becomes even more important for parents and educators and parents of LGBTQ+ youth.